# Krkonose CZ

Tourist's rod on the tourist route in the Krkonose was 1/5 of its length into the ground. Snow fell in winter, and 1/3 of the length of the rod remained above the snow. The length of the part above the snow is 32 cm greater than in the ground. Find the height of the snow.

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